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The Broken Agenda

Reader comment on: Israel and the US Perspectives on Iran at Odds

Submitted by Alan Wolfson (United States), Jan 28, 2012 19:05

It is clear to me that the current administration has the least positive intentions and committement to Israel that it politically get away with. Had the mid-term elections not shown Obama that his ascent to "a dictator in-kind" was derailed, who knows where he might have taken the United States in opposing all Israeli efforts to defend their land and their freedom. If not for the resounding message given to his approach to rule this country and the fear of losing the entire Jewish vote, the Obama administration would have likely not supported Israel when the Palestinians tried to go around the back door of the U.N. and create their own state while at the same time proclaiming that Israel has no right to exist. So, I am happy at this point the Obama administration has had its "anti-Israel" plans put on hold, and we anxiously await for a change of political parties in the White House.


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